REVIEW: THE CHAUFFEUR BY SERENA YATES

Blurb:

A Workplace Encounters Book

Scarred former model Kyle Anderson leads a double life. By day, he works as a chauffeur for his uncle’s limousine rental company. Since his wages are too low for him to become financially independent, he works nights as an exotic dancer, donning a mask to hide his identity and the facial scars that got him rejected by his parents. Kyle catches the attention of Nick Giddings, a forklift driver who visits the club to let off steam. Nick is stuck in a low-skilled dead-end job after being kicked out of school for a prank he didn’t commit. The two men immediately connect, but when Nick is laid off and Kyle’s uncle pushes him to date a woman, everything comes crashing down.

Lisa’s Review: Serena immediately draws you into the story of Kyle, who has been abandoned by everyone but his uncle, and Nick, who only wants to work hard and better himself. When they meet they are instantly drawn to each other. This was a sweet story with a couple of twists and turns – which I won’t diivulge – about looking past the exterior to find the heart within and I thoroughly enjoyed it.

4 SPARKLY STARS!!!

Available now at Dreamspinner, Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and ARe

 

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